McRae Lake Conservation Reserve
The McRae Lake Conservation Reserve is located just off Hwy 400 at Crooked Bay. It extends north along the Georgian Bay coastline and is an exceptional area for canoeing and camping.
If you start your trip from the McRae Lake side of the Hwy 400, you will paddle through scenic McRae Lake and among the many beautiful islands. For those looking for a longer more demanding paddle, try the Gibson McDonald canoe route that starts at the south end of Gibson Lake, down the Musquash Gibson River along the northern end McRae Lake Conservation Reserve before entering Musquash Channel in Georgian Bay.
Spend the evening in one of the many rustic but scenic campsites along McRae Lake before ending your journey at the Hwy 400 juncture. In the winter, snowmobilers take advantage of the trails inside the reserve.
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